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Former Polish president says CIA ran a facility on Polish soil
Meanwhile, Lithuania's Prime Minister Algirdas Butkevicius called on Washington to say whether the CIA used his country as one of the bases where it tortured prisoners.
The BBC switched to robotic cameras to save money. Maybe that wasn’t a good idea (VIDEO)
But it is hilarious.
The US Senate is about to blow the lid off the CIA's tortured recent history
Details like sexual threats and other heinous torture techniques used by the CIA are about to go public. US security personnel around the world are gearing up for a possible backlash.
Ukraine says Russia has resumed gas flow
A cold snap is draining Ukraine's winter natural gas reserves, which have fallen by more than 20 percent, Ukraine's gas transport operator Ukrtransgaz said.
As protests mount, Athens braces for the worst
For nearly a month, anarchist Nikos Romanos has been on hunger strike. Today, those in solidarity with him find fuel in protests commemorating the shooting death of another young anarchist in 2008.
Russia's strategy for undermining Western unity is working
From gas for Turkey to funding for French rightists, Putin sows division by making deals.
This hilarious video explains European stereotypes about ... other Europeans
It also kind of explains why Europe can't get a grip on its crisis.
Militants kill at least 16 people in attack on Chechnya's capital Grozny
A spokesman for the Russian Interior Ministry in Moscow said an unspecified operation was still under way in Grozny, but gave no other detail.
High-profile corruption scandals are rocking European politics
The pork factor is fueling voter anger with mainstream politicians in southern countries.
Why are zombies lurking outside the Ukrainian broadcasting agency?
They actually make an important point about one of the struggles facing the new government.
Political crisis on the horizon as Swedish parliament votes down government budget
Sweden's Prime Minister Stefan Lofven could call a snap election early next year.
The Netherlands has a holiday blackface problem (VIDEO)
A colonial-era tradition is bringing up race and identity issues many Dutch people didn't think they had.
Russia cancels South Stream pipeline plan leaving southeast Europe high and dry
Russia's decision wasn't welcome among the countries that depend almost entirely on imported Russian gas which is shipped to them via Ukraine.
Having an affair in Italy? You may want to avoid using WhatsApp
The popular instant messaging service is cited in nearly half of all Italian divorce proceedings.
Moldova set to press on with pro-Europe course after election
Though Moscow has so far shown no readiness to intervene as it has in Ukraine, it has shown its displeasure by banning certain food imports from Moldova, whose economy relies on agricultural exports.
Moldovans vote, may slow moves to integrate with Europe
Public opinion in one of Europe's smallest and poorest countries is divided over whether to stick to the pro-Europe path or reverse course and join the Russia-led economic bloc.
How to stop Islamic extremism in Europe
Some experts worry increased security and surveillance in Europe could lead to a backlash, and a more radicalized public.
Switzerland considers a gold rush
A referendum requiring the central bank to hoard gold may spell more trouble for the euro zone.
European Commission president unveils plan to generate 300 billion euros
'The plan is very positive and goes in the right direction,' French Economy Minister Emmanuel Macron said.
Braving the cold, Syrian refugees go on hunger strike in Athens
The protesters are demanding asylum and healthcare.
Hungarian protesters are starting to rock the boat
Demonstrations against an internet tax are turning into a movement against Prime Minister Victor Orban. Can it maintain momentum?
West wants Russian regime change over Ukraine, says Kremlin
Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov spoke out against Western sanctions on Russia after US VP Joe Biden hinted Friday at possible further measures.
Romanians choose change
A surprise new president offers renewed hope for reform in central Europe.
Violence in eastern Ukraine seems endless now — here's how we got there
A timeline of turning points in the crisis.
Britain is heading for defeat in its challenge to EU's bankers' bonus cap
Britain, the only EU state to oppose the bonus law, had said that giving the EU's European Banking Authority powers to set the cap was illegal.
Why Ukrainians still care about Lenin
A year after the start of its pro-European revolution, Ukraine is still battling the communist leader’s ghost.
The head of world's biggest economic bloc faces calls to resign
Just days into his tenure as president of the European Commission, document leaks put Jean-Claude Juncker in the hot seat.
Ukrainian PM calls for talks with Russia on 'neutral territory'
NATO said Russia has launched a 'very serious' military build-up inside Ukraine and on their shared border, deploying troops and sophisticated equipment.
For Syrian refugees fleeing to Europe, Bulgaria isn’t enough
Many of those stuck in the EU’s poorest country are desperate to get out.
EU is deeply divided on imposing more sanctions on Russia
Ministers signaled that any discussion of tighter economic sanctions would probably have to wait until EU leaders meet in Brussels on Dec. 18 and 19.
Romanian PM calls for stability after defeat in presidential elections
The election result was part of a pattern emerging in ex-Communist eastern Europe for voters to use the ballot box to stop any one group or individual from gaining too much power.